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Omega. A very fine, large and attractive stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with two-tone slate-grey and white dial and pulsometre scale
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Omega. A very fine, large and attractive stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with two-tone slate-grey and white dial and pulsometre scale

SIGNED OMEGA, REF. CK 987, MOVEMENT NO. 10'389'160, CASE NO. 987/2, MANUFACTURED IN 1947

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Omega. A very fine, large and attractive stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with two-tone slate-grey and white dial and pulsometre scale
Signed Omega, ref. CK 987, movement no. 10'389'160, case no. 987/2, manufactured in 1947
Movement: cal. 33.3 CHRO, mechanical, 17 jewels, signed
Dial: outer silvered ring with red scale calibrated for 15 pulsations, signed
Case: snap on back, 37.5 mm. diam., signed
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Many of the watches offered for sale in this catalogue are pictured with straps made of endangered or protected animal materials such as alligator or crocodile. These endangered species straps are shown for display purposes only and are not for sale. Christie’s will remove and retain the strap prior to shipment from the sale site. At some sale sites, Christie’s may, at its discretion, make the displayed endangered species strap available to the buyer of the lot free of charge if collected in person from the sale site within 1 year of the date of the sale. Please check with the department for details on a particular lot.
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This endangered species strap is shown for display purposes only and is not for sale. The watch will be supplied with a calf leather strap.

According to the Archives of Omega, the present watch was manufactured in 1947.

It is very attractive specimen of the 33.3 CHRO family, impressing with its attractive slate-grey and white dial, the rare pulsometre scale and the very good overall condition.

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